Julia and her supporters canvassed several streets in the Palolo area on Saturday afternoon, September 6. Among those who helped this weekend were Colleen, Troy, Sport, Kim, Eddie and Mel. Our campaign is always looking for volunteers. We meet at Pukule Mini Park at 9:00 a.m. Walk, talk story and have lunch. Join Julia next Saturday, September 13. Call for more details: 255-8915.
Saturday Stroll Slideshow (from Flickr.com)
House District 20 candidate Julia Allen (R) was featured on the popular PBS Hawaii TV program “Insights“. The show aired Thursday night, September 4 at 8:00 pm on PBS Hawaii’s Channels 11 and 10. Joining Julia were her two political opponents Keiko Bonk (G) and former House Speaker Calvin Say (D).
The discussion focused on the economy, taxes, minimum wage, environment, the district and the former house speaker’s residency.
You can watch the streaming video show here. Please note that the video is slightly longer than 57 minutes. The District 20 portion airs first and takes up around 28 minutes. To view the video just click on the image below.
The program also re-runs this coming Sunday, September 7 starting at 2:00 pm on PBS Hawaii KHET Channels 11 and 10 on cable and 11.1 Digital OTA (over the air).
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Julia will be on PBS Hawaii’s INSIGHTS panel discussion show on Thursday night, September 4 starting at 8:00 pm. The program airs on Oceanic Time Warner cable on Channel 10, Hawaiian Telcom on Channel 11 and over the air on digital channel 11.1. The program also streams live on www.pbshawaii.org.
From PBS Hawaii’s website:
“Excise taxes, transportation, education and development are just a few of the issues facing our state lawmakers. On this INSIGHTS, we’ll start with the three candidates vying to represent Kaimuki, Palolo, Wilhelmina Rise, Maunalani Heights and St. Louis Heights, which comprise State House District 20. Incumbent Democrat State Representative Calvin Say, Green Party candidate Keiko Bonk and Republican candidate Julia Allen will share their priorities for the district as well as their qualifications.”
Viewers can call in during the show and can also email in questions before it begins. Telephone 973-1000 or send an email to: email@example.com
Additional contact information can be found at this weblink: http://www.pbshawaii.org/ourproductions/insight.php
Julia and the two other House District 20 candidates will only be on the program for the first half hour, after which the show will switch to the candidates running for House District 45.
The show will also be archived on the PBS Hawaii website for time shifted video streaming.
We had a solid stroll in Palolo this morning. There were 13 of us walking. Found new friends. Worked hard. Had fun.
Deputy Campaign Manager, Sport, cooked our lunch, Sam’s fave gourmet dogs. Deputy Campaign Manager, Mel, walked with Julie, and photographed us in action. Deputy Campaign Manager, Colleen, is ill but will be back soon. Troy, Gladys, Ed, Mary, Jim, Barbara, Mike Lee, Kim & her 2 kids also hit the streets, set up, took down, talked story and are energized to do it again.
– Tall Mike
Campaign Manager Mike gives out last minute instructions on how to successfully and respectfully canvass the neighborhood. Photos taken at and near Pukele Mini Park in Palolo.
Hungry campaign volunteers munch on jumbo hot dogs and drink after a morning of campaign canvassing.
Julia with campaign videographer Kim and her two children Kaytly and Larkyn.
Julia Allen and hundreds of Hawaii’s conservative voters made an appearance at the Hawaii GOP Lokahi Rally held at Kapiolani Park Bandstand on August 23. The event was an opportunity to connect with voters and supporters as well as being a photo op for the 2014 campaign.
Julia with fellow House candidates Susan Halvorsen (District 18), Victoria Mathieu (District 19), and Larie Manutai (District 21).
Getting ready for the candidates’ parade.
With State Senator Sam Slom (right) and State Senate candidate Dennis Kim (District 18).
Julia’s Campaign Photos on Flickr | Slideshow Page | Hawaii GOP Lokahi Rally